Are you American? Then you'd need transport visa if you want to cross the Canadian borders. You don't need any passport if you want to go from Texas to Alaska on plane :)
Yes, you definitely need a passport to go to Honduras on a cruise ship. More particularly, you will need a passport to re-enter the United States.
Yes. the child would need a passport.
If you're a US citizen and your cruise starts and returns to the same US port, you do not need a passport to cruise to the Bahamas.
yes you do need a passport throghout the cruise, especially to get out of the Bahamas visitor center,but when you go back on the cruise they will give you a carnival card.
you only need a passport if you are going to cruise to they place and fly back but it you were cruising from lets say Florida to the Bahama's and you don't stay in the Bahamas and cruise back then you don't need one
If it is a closed loop cruise then you need not have a passport. You only need appropriate identification.
Alaska is a state just like California. You do not need a passport to move from one state to the other. The only reason you would need a passport to get to Alaska is if you were driving, which requires you to go through Canada.
If we are going on vacation on a cruise to mexico.......do we need passport to be able to dock on certain ports?
Maybe, how do i know.
Not if you are a US citizen
No, but if you are driving, you will need one for Canada.
Only if you intend to get off the ship.
You will if you are driving through Canada.
No you do not. However, if you are greencard holder etc, you might want to carry it. Because Alaska is part of the US, you don't really need a passport to go there unless you are driving through Canada or are from another country. Its like asking if you need a passport to go from Nevada to California....
It depends on your country of origin.
If it involves going to another country, yes. And if your cruise lands somewhere other than Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, or Bermuda, you'll need a passport book, not just the passport card. Source: http://travel.state.gov/passport/ppt_card/ppt_card_3926.html
some times it depends on whose helping you on the cruise naturally no sometimes yes
Yes you will need a passport if the sailing is after June 2009. But if you are traveling before that you can still use your birth certificate.
No you leave the US you need a passport. TSA requires everyone to now have a passport.
With the U.S.'s new restrictions, you need a passport any time you leave the country. You'll want the birth certificate to get the passport, though, so in a sense you do use it to go on a cruise.
If the cruise docks in foreign lands where a passport is required, then yes. It's best these days for everyone to have a passport when traveling abroad or on the seas.
u cant really go onto the cruise unless u have a passport.
yes because you have to go through Canada
Yes you need a valid passport to travel anywhere outside the US and return.
If you are a U.S. Citizen, and your cruise is a closed loop (starts and ends in the same port), you do not absolutely need a passport to cruise in the Caribbean. However, it is highly recommended, because if for some reason (like an emergency) you need to fly home early, you will need a passport. If you do not bring a passport, you must bring and official birth certificate and Government ID. Given that… Read More
If you are a US citizen, and the cruise ship departs and returns to the same US port, you will not need a passport to go on the cruise - as long as the cruise ship does not stop in any countries that require a passport for US citizens. If the ship is only cruising in Mexico, and returns to the same port from which it departed, you can board the ship with a certified… Read More
Not if you fly, but it is needed to drive through Canada.
The cruise ships may say no but if you miss your ship for some reason you are stuck in a foreign country without a passport. A mess at least. US can't even go to Canada or Mexico without a passport these days. I say get a passport if you want to travel internationally.
yes because you may travel to other countries and to be let in you need one.
A Fly cruise is a cruise that you have to fly out to get to the port. For example, if I, a resident of the UK, wanted to go on a cruise to Alaska, instead of getting a boat from here to Alaska that would take me a week at least, I can fly out to Alaska and get on a cruise which leaves from there.
Only if you start or end in a foreign port. Cruises are considered closed circuit journeys and as long as you begin and end in the United States you do not need a passport.
Probably not but just in case if u r planning to go there buy them or ask
Even newborns need passports to enter other countries. Even Puerto Rico and Mexico now.
Yes, if the Canadian has the money to book the cruise and a passport.
Yes, Canadian citizens need to show a valid passport when traveling abroad- even for the US. It does not matter if you enter the US by land, sea or air.
Do you need a passport to go to Nassau Bahamas on a cruise leaving from Miami and returning to Miami?
Yes you do , since the government passed a new law you need a passport while travelling by air or sea. The only places you dont need a passport nowadays is going to any US territory.
You don't need a passport to go, however, if anything happens to your ship (even small damages) and they want to transfer you to another ship to get back into the US, you won't be able to do so without a passport, and you would be stuck wherever on your own dime. The cruise company wouldn't pay to get you home if you didn't have a passport, and you'd need to pay for your arrangements… Read More
If you are a US citizen and plan to cruise to the Bahamas, you will need either a passport or a certified copy of your birth certificate and a government-issued photo ID. If you're planning to fly to the Bahamas, you will need a passport.
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The answer depends on where you are coming from. If you are a United States citizen, located in the US, and will not be transiting through a foreign country (an example is driving from Alaska, through Canada, to the lower 48 states) then you will not need a passport. In the Alaska example, flying from Alaska direct to a point in the "lower 48" will not require a passport. If you are a citizen of… Read More
it depends on where you start from :p
If you're a US citizen and planning to cruise -- on a large cruise ship or even a small sailboat -- to the Bahamas before summer 2008, you do not need a passport. You can also cruise to the Caribbean (except Barbados), Mexico and Canada (for most Alaskan cruises) without a passport. The Department of Homeland security plans to announce the new date for requiring passports for all travel outside the US later this spring.
If you're travelling by plane, no. If you're driving, I'm sure you would need one as you would be spending a few days in Canada.
After you decide that you want to go on a cruise you need to ask: 1. When do I want to go? When is my vacation from work? 2. Where do I want to go? ie. Mexico, Hawaii, Alaska oe Europe 3. How many people are traveling? 4. What is your budget? 5. Call a cruise travel agent or use an online search engine.
Are you an American? If so, you do not need a passport to go to Tijuana. BUT you WILL need a passport to get BACK into the USA.
Passport, yes. Visa, no. (Americans need a passport to go to Canada!)
Yes, you do need a passport to go to the Carribean
No, they can use a birth certificate for proof of citizenship. No passport is needed. Go to the Carnival website for more details as well, it tells you all of the accepted proofs of citizenship. Hope this helps.